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On November 2, Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) hosted a presentation of the report «Islands of Cooperation». 

The development of the report was initiated by young experts from OSCE space and named FLEET (Fresh Look at Eastern European Trends). The presentation was held with participation of Friedrich Ebert Foundation. 

On November 2, Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) hosted a presentation of the report «Islands of Cooperation». 

The development of the report was initiated by young experts from OSCE space and named FLEET (Fresh Look at Eastern European Trends). The presentation was held with participation of Friedrich Ebert Foundation. 

The presentation was made by: Yulia Nikitina, Research Associate at the Center for Post-Soviet Studies, MGIMO University, Pavel Kanevsky, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science and Sociology of Political Processes, Faculty of Sociology, MSU, Alexander Graef, Assistant in International Relations, Institute of Political Science, University of St. Gallen, and Alexandra Dienes, Friedrich Ebert Foundation. 

Ivan Timofeev, RIAC Director of Programs, and Peer Teschendorf, Director of Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Russia, made opening remarks at the meeting.

Report "Islands of Cooperation"

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